Wednesday, November 25, 2009

 

(Photo used by permission, all rights reserved, © Fiona Templeton)

Annette Barbasch & Steve Buscemi in Fiona Templeton’s Against Agreement, 1982

Fiona Templeton & Poets Theater

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Hail, poetry!

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Tan Lin Chalk Playground & LitTwitChalk

A review by Thom Donovan

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Arkadii Dragomoshchenko on Alexei Parshchikov

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Talking with Rosmarie Waldrop

Waldrop, reading

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Bruce Boone & Gail Scott
at Small Press Traffic

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Mel Nichols’
Catalytic Exteriorization Phenomenon

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Sunday, Nov. 29
@ the Bowery Poetry Club, NYC:
a monster celebration of
Gerrit Lansing’s
Heavenly Tree, Northern Earth

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Mina Loy is not Myrna Loy

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Jim McCrary:
poet, anti-poet

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What Kerouac’s scroll
tells us about his art

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Allen Ginsberg’s
“Mind Writing Slogans”

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Charles Bernstein
talking at 80 Langston Street, 1983,
on characterization

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Margaret Atwood at 70

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75 years
of the
Academy of American Poets

“A Future for Poetry”
Marie Bullock
on the Academy of American Poets
in 1937

A portrait of the founder

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Maggie Nelson: on color
(reg. req.)

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The US has SPD,
but Australia’s
got SPUNC

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SPD staff picks for 2009

Aren’t the best book lists
coming earlier this year?

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Clayton Eshleman does 2
broadcasts with the
Joe Milford Poetry Show
here & here

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Over 140 episodes
of the Joe Milford Poetry Show
can be accessed here

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PoemTalk,
the close-reading poetry show
from PennSound & the Poetry Foundation,
now has a Dutch cousin

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Dublin in December
means
the Wurmfest

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Neglectorinos of Ireland

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Susan Schultz
on the poets of Australia

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A short history of flarf

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K. Silem Mohammad’s
Squirting Ringworm Taco

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Eigner proof corrections

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Where do the dogs go
in Baudelaire?

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If only I could read Afrikaans

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She writes
about
SheWrites.com

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What is it to imagine a public?

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What would Jane Austen do?

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Spell-checking Hugh MacDiarmid

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Chris Tysh
translating Beckett’s novel Molloy
into verse

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Proust on Twitter

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Philip K. Dick,
deconstructing madness

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Hankering for a better map

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Shakespeare & Co’s new mural

Portraiture of the artists

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Noir tweets?
Pulp Fiction writer
is twittering from jail

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The book of omens

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Anna Mendelssohn (Grace Lake)
has died

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Playing politics
with the bones of Camus

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The people in Stanley Kunitz’ house

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Auster’s Invisible

Lost in the funhouse

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Lorrie Moore:
“How to Talk to Your Mother”

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The forms of Sébastien Smirou

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Oulipo reading list
(reg. req.)

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The plagiarism of academic co-authorship

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Bring back the olde style book shoppe

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Oxfam seeks peace
with used bookdealers

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The demise of Borders UK

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The Nook sells out
its Christmas stock

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Black Friday is for suckers
(& so are e-readers, it says here)

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McClatchy papers
launch editions for the Kindle

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Stephen King on Raymond Carver

An “astonishingly complete” biography

Carver didn’t fight Lish as vigorously as he should have”

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Saving Leopold Bloom’s soap shop

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Reading Kay Ryan

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Orhan Pamuk’s LA

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Code X
transforms your PC
into a sound-poem machine

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Jon Cotner & Andy Fitch’s
Conversations over Stolen Food

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Crowns & Oranges:
Works by Young Philippine Poets

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Compulsively seeking quietist verse

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Alice Jones
won the first annual
Narrative poetry contest

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Remembering Don Carpenter

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Talking with Wayne Miller

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Joyce Kilmer talks with
Edwin Arlington Robinson

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More on
The Acorn Book of Contemporary Haiku

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Wilco’s haiku contest

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A little Bashō reading list

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50 years of Beatitude

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Talking with Paul Chowder

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Poetry & combat

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2 poets for the birds –
Simon Armitage
Billy Collins

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Literary primes – AARP Division

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Louis Zukofsky & the objectified poem

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Sigizmund Krzhizhanovsky’s Memories of the Future

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DIY Harlequin

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Talking with Illinois laureate Kevin Stein

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Book reviews as “payback

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Alice Munro “keeps getting better”

Too Much Happiness

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Highway 74 revisited

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The Metrocard as art

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US poets in Mexico

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Tools for writers

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Getting a response to your poetry

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The Governor General’s Awards for 2009

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60 years of National Book Award
fiction winners

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The NBA’s Keith Waldrop page

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A conflict of interest
in the National Book Awards

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The “National Best Book Awards

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Su Tong wins Man Asia

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There goes the Man Booker

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“We’re legit,”
ReaderSpoils protests

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Zadie Smith:
the essay has as much art as fiction

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Syllabus for a class on
literary editing

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Stalin, Putin & the poets

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John Gallaher’s
“Watermelon in the Afternoon”

Gallaher on Unterecker on Ashbery

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Douglas Skrief, stone poet

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Michael Longley in Calcutta

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Can Nick Cave
beat the modern Bulwer-Lytton
for the “bad sex” award?

(It’s not just the sex that’s bad
in The Humbling)

The bad sex “shortlist

So where is the good sex?

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Can you name the last 3
National Book Award novels?

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A poetry tour of Washington, DC

& of Chicago

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The Poet’s Cookbook

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Academe & the decline of news media

Needed: a philosophy of journalism

Can university-based reporting
keep journalism alive?

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The San Francisco Panorama:
a new newspaper
that costs $16
& plans to print
just one issue

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Microsoft offers to
rescue Murdoch’s group
from Google Search

Can Murdoch pull this off?

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NaNoWriMo ends soon

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In praise of scattershot reading

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Judith Robinson’s Dinner Date

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Nabokov, “reduced to notes

flashes of brilliance

A debate over its publication

Laura manuscript is up for sale

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Vonnegut’s leftovers

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Michelle Huneven’s Blame

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Auden & the “rent boy”

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When experts educate,
what do their metaphors say?

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Dr. Jekyll & Mr. Keats

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“It might as well have cooties

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Deleuze & Guattari:
Aesthetics & Politics

(reg. req.)

Deleuzean literary machines
of Woolf, Lawrence & Joyce
(reg. req.)

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Reading GirlDrive in St. Louis

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Eric Gans’ “generative anthropology”

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These are the sounds of silence

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Michael Löwy’s Morningstar:
Surrealism, Marxism, Anarchism,
Situationism, Utopia
(reg. req.)

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6 practical reasons
for arts education

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The handmade books
of Alice Austin

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Mark Scroggins
on modernist prints

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The modernist difference
can been seen in the sex

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MoCA at 30

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Van Gogh’s letters

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Real vs. seeming

Augmenting the real

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Epilepsy as an art form?

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UC museum
cancels its new building

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Andy Warhol:
October Files
(reg. req.)

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The dark side of Francis Bacon

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When in Marfa

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Satchmo

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Talking with Fanfarlo’s
Simon Balthazar

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Talking with Timothy O’Dwyer
about The Braxton Project

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Bob Dylan:
Must Be Santa

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Patricia MacCormack:
Cinesexuality
(reg. req.)

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The linguist behind the language
of Avatar

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Conversations with Žižek
(reg. req.)

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Arendt, Heidegger, Hitler

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Heidegger déjà vu

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Claude Lévi-Strauss:
an introduction
(reg. req.)

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The war within the Left

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Faculty members mediate
between protestors & the cops

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A Zombie Manifesto
(reg. req.)

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